Archive Message - 1995
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From braintree!news.sprintlink.net!howland.reston.ans.net!ix.netcom.com!netcom.com!jerod23 Tue Oct 10 10:02:42 1995 Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology Path: braintree!news.sprintlink.net!howland.reston.ans.net!ix.netcom.com!netcom.com!jerod23 From: jerod23@netcom.com (Jerod Pore) Subject: Satirical clam story in zine Message-ID: <jerod23DG1M0o.2DJ@netcom.com> Organization: NETCOM On-line Communication Services (408 261-4700 guest) X-Newsreader: TIN [version 1.2 PL1] Date: Fri, 6 Oct 1995 19:55:36 GMT Lines: 29 Sender: jerod23@netcom17.netcom.com We've recently received a copy of _The Stake_, a zine of satirical and arcane fiction (of which this is the last issue before going to an all non-fiction format). In this issue (#7), Mike Stickel wrote a story about a meter maid in "The Twin Cities" named Skink ("Skink" is also the title of the tale). Well, it turns out that Skink is a Scientologist, and there's all sorts of references to clears, preclears, orgs, "havingness" and auditing. ("Skink knew what he had to do. After thousands of dollars and hundreds of hours of auditing 'on the cans' at his local _org_, Skink had finally become _clear_.") Skink believes himself to be the reincarnation of an English knight, and when a flasher does a very low tone scale action on the TV news anchor and her daughter, Skink promises to bring her the flasher's head. It's quite funny, especially the euphamism for killing the flasher. "Causing his reactive mind to exteriorize." The Stake #7 36 pages, standard sized $5.00 to III Publishing PO Box 1581 Gualala, CA 95445 A -- Jerod Pore - jerod23@well.com - jerod23@netcom.com Cthulhu & Elron in '96 - why vote for the *lesser* evils??? Zines FAQ & over - http://www.well.com/conf/f5/f5index2.html 1,500 reviews - gopher gopher.well.com~/Publications/F5/Reviews Yet another anti-Scientology page - http://www.well.com/user/jerod23/clam.html

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